It's unfortunate that Aethlon has no ability to garner any free publicity and make people aware of the hemopurifier. I would urge informed investors to call in to talk shows when Ebola talk is on and inform them about the hemopurifier.
I have an iPhone. I'm just passing on something I read on the internetz. I'm sure it won't hurt Apple in the slightest, but someone might get fired if they can lay blame on someone.
Oooopsy! "As it turns out, I've been charged twice for every single purchase I've made with Apple Pay at various stores." Apparently this is not an isolated instance.
Which proves how valuable Apple is. Loyal Apple fans patiently waited 3 years for Apple to make theirs.
FDA approvals take forever and cost a fortune. People are literally dying while they take their sweet time. You'd think an Ebola outbreak would allow for compassionate use on a wider scale. Perhaps they should be talking to the Liberians directly.
What is the range of allowable contamination for a given product? What are the relevant contaminants and how are feedstocks processed in order to minimize contamination?
Apologies if these basic questions have been addressed by management long ago, but I've never come across the answers.
The success of the hemopurifier shouldn't rest on the fate of one patient outcome.
With a 5 for 1 reverse split that is.
I see their motors are being used in boats...that's semi-encouraging. All we need is a nationwide ban on ICE driven watercraft and UQM would be cranking out motors left and right. But they have to bring their prices down.
I'd like to see it tried on patients who've just been diagnosed with Ebola infection. The patients would have more of a fighting chance. I'm sure some drug companies still see it as a potential competition they'd rather not have.
Hopefully they get to try the device on people at the very early stages of the disease since there will be much more of a fighting chance that at an end stage. Of course if this one patient pulls through, Aethlon should go through the roof. I've been waiting 14+ years for this and we may finally be on the cusp of worldwide recognition for a long overdue therapy that should be part of every hospital and clinic's arsenal in combatting infections and cancer regardless of what happens to this one patient.
Back to .10 in case 1. Sky's the limit in case 2. Send him a lot of healing light.
It would be nice to know the details. I would think a patient would have the best chance if caught very early and aggressively. It appears they're trying it on a late stage patient which means it may be too late. Let us pray that he pulls through.
Hey, I'm uppekhahead, not hammerhead and I reported whoever made that bankruptcy statement. If his statement had been prefaced by "I think" his statement would have been fine, but it was declarative like a news headline and that sucks and could be actionable I suppose, but one would probably have to prove damages. I had a momentary "oh #$%$ " moment and then realized it was a shm*ck yahoo poster yanking the longs' chain.